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ACF 2014
SEOUL, KOREA
October 7-9, 2014

 

 

TIACA MAGAZINE:

 

TIACA Times PDF Version





 
 

Security: the greatest challenge for the air cargo industry – Aviation Logistics Part 4 

By Michael Sales, Stan Wraight & Doug Brittin

  The last in a series of extracts from Aviation Logistics, a new book by Michael Sales and Stan Wraight in conjunction with TIACA, looks at the issue of security with TIACA’s Doug Brittin (The Loadstar)
   
  TSA Administrator John S. Pistole Delivering Keynote Address at ACF 2014
 

TIACA is pleased to announce that TSA Administrator John S. Pistole will be the keynote speaker at Air Cargo Forum in Seoul, Korea. Mr. Pistole will speak at the luncheon on Wednesday, October 8th, addressing the forum participants on air cargo issues including risk-based security measures.


We encourage those who have not yet registered as a forum delegate to do so quickly in order to not miss out on the Administrator's keynote address.

 

Click here to view the press release

   
 

Northeastern University  Eleventh Workshop for Advanced Development for Security Applications: Explosive Detection in Cargo for Aviation Security – Part II


The eleventh workshop on the development of advanced development for security applications (ADSA11) has been scheduled November 4th and 5th at Northeastern University in Boston.  The title of the workshop will be “Explosive Detection in Cargo for Aviation Security – Part II.” This workshop is a continuation of the last workshop, ADSA10. The workshop is being convened by the DHS Center of Excellence (COE) for Awareness and Localization of Explosives-Related Threats (ALERT). read more

   
  US Department of Transportation Lithium Battery Final Rule
 

July 31, 2014 - As information, click here to view the pre-publication version of the lithium battery final rule, issued by the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT). We expect that the official version will be published within the next 5-10 days in the Federal Register. 


It is worthwhile to note that the DOT has harmonized most of the lithium battery provisions in the U.S. hazardous materials regulations with international standards. As a member of the coalition led by the Rechargeable Battery Association (PRBA), TIACA applauds this harmonization of the U.S. regulations. The coalition has advocated this position ever since the lithium battery proposed rule was published in January of 2010.

   
 
 

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